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1. "We will try to create conditions where persons could come together in a spirit of teamwork, and exercise to their heart's desire their technological capacity."
Author: Akio Morita
2. "Advances have fallen, generally, for everything except the biggest potential bestsellers. Given all the changes, both economic and technological, SF hasn't done too badly."
Author: Alan Dean Foster
3. "The great growling engine of change - technology."
Author: Alvin Toffler
4. "Thanks to technology, the future generation will be able to see Sachin's recorded innings and will accept that our generation was most lucky."
Author: Amit Kalantri
5. "In Technology, whatever can be done will be done"
Author: Andrew S. Grove
6. "The aspirations of democracy are based on the notion of an informed citizenry, capable of making wise decisions. The choices we are asked to make become increasingly complex. They require the longer-term thinking and greater tolerance for ambiguity that science fosters. The new economy is predicated on a continuous pipeline of scientific and technological innovation. It can not exist without workers and consumers who are mathematically and scientifically literate."
Author: Ann Druyan
7. "Our markets have not achieved their great successes as a result of government fiat, but rather through efforts of competing interests working to meet the demands of investors and to fulfill the promises posed by advancing technology."
Author: Arthur Levitt
8. "Technology has bridged the gap of distant communication,bringing friends and family closely together but no matter the number of ‘likes', tweets, chats, comments, posts and shares, none can compare to a sincere smile, a kind kiss and a warm hug"
Author: Bernard Kelvin Clive
9. "I watch worry and anxiety being pandered to through technology which is neutral."
Author: Brian Richardson
10. "We teleported," Issie finishes. "Like in Star Trek or Harry Potter, sort of. No! Like in Dr. Who in that episode with the Sontarans and the brilliant human boy, or really any Dr. Who ever if you think of the Tardis! Holy canola! That is just the coolest thing ever! Wowie, wow, wow!"
Author: Carrie Jones
11. "RyanReynolds: You and Kara, huh? So that's why we've never hooked up!BrettMesserschmidt: No. That would be because I hate you. :)RyanReynolds: Oh."
Author: Cecily Von Ziegesar
12. "The Hegemony had known how to treat cancer, but most of the gene-tailoring knowledge and technology had been lost after the Fall."
Author: Dan Simmons
13. "I love Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik."
Author: Danielle De Niese
14. "Tiap ada musibah tahan diri buat saling menyalahkn,saling kritik. tapi lebih baik saling menolong atasi musibah.Nanti kalau sdh kelar baru diskusi, evaluasi"
Author: Dian Nafi
15. "I honestly believe that the next big leap in immersive technology will be very much like Brainstorm."
Author: Douglas Trumbull
16. "Successful technologies often begin as hobbies. Jacques Cousteau invented scuba diving because he enjoyed exploring caves. The Wright brothers invented flying as a relief from the monotony of their normal business of selling and repairing bicycles."
Author: Freeman Dyson
17. "We were promised a simpler life, and technology has only complicated our lives."
Author: Freeman Thomas
18. "If you look at, you know, the limitations of creating new products, you're only limited by the technology that you have to work with."
Author: Homaro Cantu
19. "I will not debate with you Dark Elf. By the swords of the Noldor alone are your sunless woods defended. Your freedom to wander there wild you owe to my kin and but for them long since you would have laboured in thraldom in the pits of Angband. And here I am King and whether you will it or will it not my doom is law. This choice is given to you: abide here or to die here and so also for your son."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
20. "Of all the failed technologies that litter the onward march of science - steam carriages, zeppelins, armoured trains - none has been so catastrophic to prosperity as the last century's attempt to generate electricity from nuclear fission."
Author: James Buchan
21. "Time is there for a purpose, to keep things in order. Once you change chronology you change history. The past could eat up the present . . ."
Author: Jan Siegel
22. "Improve your life by taking advantage of new technologies like bleach and a drinking glass. Show your love for the globe by reducing an overpopulated world by one."
Author: Jarod Kintz
23. "It is a world completely rotten with wealth, power, senility, indifference, puritanism and mental hygiene, poverty and waste, technological futility and aimless violence, and yet I cannot help but feel it has about it something of the dawning of the universe. Perhaps because the entire world continues to dream of New York, even as New York dominates and exploits it."
Author: Jean Baudrillard
24. "But aren't all great quests folly? El Dorado and the Fountain of Youth and the search for intelligent life in the cosmos-- we know what's out there. It's what isn't that truly compels us. Technology may have shrunk the epic journey to a couple of short car rides and regional jet lags-- four states and twelve hundred miles traversed in an afternoon-- but true quests aren't measured in time or distance anyway, so much as in hope. There are only two good outcomes for a quest like this, the hope of the serendipitous savant-- sail for Asia and stumble on America-- and the hope of scarecrows and tin men: that you find out you had the thing you sought all along."
Author: Jess Walter
25. "Planting trees, I myself thought for a long time, was a feel-good thing, a nice but feeble response to our litany of modern-day environmental problems. In the last few years, though, as I have read many dozens of articles and books and interviewed scientists here and abroad, my thinking on the issue has changed. Planting trees may be the single most important ecotechnology that we have to put the broken pieces of our planet back together."
Author: Jim Robbins
26. "I have advocated an entirely different approach than cap and tax, which would be worldwide in application and which emphasizes technology as a way of reducing total emissions."
Author: Jim Sensenbrenner
27. "That economics has a considerable conceptual apparatus with an appropriate terminology can not be a serious ground for complaint. Economic phenomena, ideas, instruments of analysis exist. They require names. Education in economics is, in considerable measure, an introduction to this terminology and to the ideas that it denotes. Anyone who has difficulties with the ideas should complete his education or, following an exceedingly well-beaten path, leave the subject alone. It is sometimes said that the economist has a special obligation to make himself understood because his subject is of such great and popular importance. By this rule the nuclear physicist would have to speak in monosyllables."
Author: John Kenneth Galbraith
28. "They've just gone over the line in my opinion, and again, there's a proper time for a pat down, there's a proper time for an advanced technology body search, but it has to be done with some thought."
Author: John Mica
29. "E inoltre il miracolo, proprio il miracolo, per quanto ci dicano, non è mica una cosa buona, se bisogna piegare la logica e la ragione intima delle cose per renderle migliori."
Author: José Saramago
30. "She jammed both hands to her hips, grinding her boots to the linoleum. "You are so rigid, it's infuriating!" Noah's ear-to-ear smile froze the breath right to her lungs. "I know, but you're really cute when you're irritated, and it's kind of worth pissing you off." Violet nearly lost her death grip on the peas. "You think I'm cute?"
Author: Kimberly Kincaid
31. "On December 17, 1903, on a windy North Carolina beach for just shy of one hundred seconds, the Wright brothers demonstrated that a heavier-than-air, self-propelled vehicle could fly. The moment was electric and its importance widely understood. Almost immediately, there was an explosion of interest in this newfound technology of manned flight, and a gaggle of innovators began to build upon it."
Author: Lawrence Lessig
32. "All around us are the consequences of the most significant technological, and hence cultural, revolution in generations."
Author: Lawrence Lessig
33. "I'm afraid I am a bit of a technophobe - a nineteenth-century man caught in the twenty-first century. But there is one piece of technology that I would especially welcome: a device to automatically balance restaurant tables on all four legs so that they don't rock back and forth."
Author: Leonard Susskind
34. "Regardless what technology is, I like analog too."
Author: Lou Gramm
35. "The Internet is ultimately about innovation and integration, but you don't get the innovation unless you integrate Web technology into the processes by which you run your business."
Author: Louis Gerstner
36. "She peeked inside the box,then slapped the top back down and glared at me. For a second I wondered if I'd broken some rule of business or cultural propriety. "Homemade?" she demanded."My grandmother."She peeked again,and groaned softly. "I don't know whether I love you or hate you right at this moment." She closed the box firmly. "Of course I'll supervise your article.""The cannoli weren't meant to be a bribe.I just...thought you might like them.""I'm sure I will," she sid crisply, "a great deal.Just as much as I will not like the extra twelve hours on the treadmill." Then her face softened. "Thank you.What a treat. What I started to say about mentoring is that I don't normally do it. Apparently I scare students. But I would be happy to help you however I can."It was my turn to thank her. I added, "You don't scare me.""Really?" She stared at me over the sharp frame of her glasses."Well,maybe a little," I admitted. "Sometimes.""Excellent. Now skedaddle."
Author: Melissa Jensen
37. "As the father of six children, I know very well the challenges technology poses to our families."
Author: Mike Fitzpatrick
38. "A moral judgment of abortion is the usage of a man-made ideology to judge a man-made technology."
Author: Mokokoma Mokhonoana
39. "Yong is the outer manifestation of something. Ti is the underlying essence. Technology is a yong associated with a particular ti that is ... Western, and completely alien to us [the Chinese]. For centuries, since the time of the Opium Wars, we have struggled to absorb the yong of technology without importing the Western ti. But it has been impossible. Just as our ancestors could not open our ports to the West without accepting the poison of opium, we could not open our lives to Western technology without taking in the Western ideas, which have been as a plague on our society. The result has been centuries of chaos."
Author: Neal Stephenson
40. "If students get a sound education in the history, social effects and psychological biases of technology, they may grow to be adults who use technology rather than be used by it."
Author: Neil Postman
41. "...a nation could change its way of life, its history, its technology, its art, literature, and culture, but it would never have a real chance to change its gestures."
Author: Orhan Pamuk
42. "Saya sendiri tidak mengerti yang sebenarnya tentang peraturan adat secara lengkap, Ngama. Tapi kenyataannya Ngama Hinolong dan Katcodin sendiri juga ada gambarnya. Malah bicara Indonesia baik. Mengapa kita tak bisa? Adat untuk kita semua."
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
43. "From coast to coast, the FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission have ensnared people not only at hedge funds, but at technology and pharmaceutical companies, consulting and law firms, government agencies, and even a major stock exchange."
Author: Preet Bharara
44. "If we can reduce the cost and improve the quality of medical technology through advances in nanotechnology, we can more widely address the medical conditions that are prevalent and reduce the level of human suffering."
Author: Ralph Merkle
45. "The kitchen clock is more convenient than sidereal time. We must use the popular category, as we do by the Linnæan classification, for convenience, and not as exact and final. Otherwise, we are presently confounded, when the best-settled traits of one race are claimed by some new ethnologist as precisely characteristic of the rival tribe."
Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
46. "Even those who do not, or cannot, avail themselves of a scientific education, choose to benefit from the technology that is made possible by the scientific education of others."
Author: Richard Dawkins
47. "The Master: Where's the TARDIS?The Doctor: Just stop. Just think.The Master: Kill him! I need that technology, Doctor. Tell me where it is or the old man is dead.Wilfred: Don't tell him!The Master: I'll kill him right now!The Doctor: Actually the most impressive thing about you is that after all this time you're still bone dead stupid.The Master: Take aim.The Doctor: You 've got six billion pairs of eyes but you still can't see the obvious, can you?The Master: I what?The Doctor: That guard is one inch too tall.(The guard, Rossiter, hits the Master)Rossiter: Oh my god I hit him! I've never hit anyone in my life.Addams: Well come on! We need to get out of here fast.Wilfred: God bless the cactuses.The Doctor: That's cactii.Rossiter: That's racist!-Doctor Who"
Author: Russell T Davies
48. "If Doctor Nolan asked me for the matches, I would say that I'd thought they were made of candy and had eaten them."
Author: Sylvia Plath
49. "We have been cut off, the past has been ended and the family has broken up and the present is adrift in its wheelchair. ... That is no gap between the generations, that is a gulf. The elements have changed, there are whole new orders of magnitude and kind. [...]My grandparents had to live their way out of one world and into another, or into several others, making new out of old the way corals live their reef upward. I am on my grandparents' side. I believe in Time, as they did, and in the life chronological rather than in the life existential. We live in time and through it, we build our huts in its ruins, or used to, and we cannot afford all these abandonings."
Author: Wallace Stegner
50. "Hidup seperti dua partikel atom yang saling tarik-menarik dan tolak-menolak. Tidak selamanya bahagia, tetapi tidak juga selamanya penuh kesedihan."
Author: Yoana Dianika

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Once I heard Dantly tell Welton that the Native Americans used to call that particular part of the morning "between the wolf and the dog" because the sky is so deep blue and spooky or whatever that you can't tell what's what. Is that a wolf on that hill or a dog? A man or a monkey? A saint or the devil?"
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